The March for Science was a—well, no need to explain it—that occurred over the weekend, and claimed to be motivated by no partisan ideology.
But the marchers have a point: science matters. Without it, people wouldn’t march in the streets to virtue-signal their appreciation of it, and we wouldn’t have gotten the second-most gloriously ill-advised YouTube video of the year (after the Pepsi ad, of course).
Here’s Rachel Bloom of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and Bill Nye of pretending to be a scientist presenting a song and dance about sexual fluidity in defense of science that will make you believe man lived with dinosaurs and lead can be turned into gold.
And the peer reviews are rolling in: